Spring is usually a busy time for me as I travel and teach a variety of workshops, and this year, it's getting started a little early. A week from now, I'll be in Portland, OR to teach at Art and Soul, but things are just going to get a lot busier after that. So if you can't make to Portland, there's a lot in the upcoming months.
After Portland, I'll be returning to southwestern Virginia, as I teach two, full-day workshops at the Chestnut Creek School of the Arts in Galax, VA. You can catch Monster Maker Workshop on Saturday, March 10, and Artful Layers on Sunday, March 11.
For the remainder of March, David and I will be working with art students and educators in a variety of venues. First, we will be heading Roxbury High School in New Jersey to work with high school students on March 14, and then it's off to Seattle the following week for the National Art Education Association's annual convention where we will be presenting a variety of presentations and workshops. To end March, we travel to Harford County, MD to work with teachers.
I'll be teaching two workshops in April, one locally and one in Kansas City. On April 14, I travel to Harrisonburg, VA to teach a full-day Artful Layers workshop at Larkin Arts, and then I'll be teaching a two-day version of Artful Layers at Amanda Jolley's Studio Joy in Kansas City, MO the weekend of April 28-29.
I'll end the Spring in Asheville, NC with a two-day, mixed media workshop, Mapping the Journey, at 310 Art in the River Arts District on May 19th and 20th.
And if that wasn't enough, I'll be teaching a variety of kids and adult art classes and workshops locally at the Round Hill Arts Center, in Round Hill, VA.
So, I invite you to join me, and take a workshop or two over the next few months! I hope to see you!